Taca and Avianca join regional routes

The airlines Taca and Avianca have broadened their operations agreement with a shared code, in effect since June 13, that will facilitate flights to several continental destinations.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

According to a press release issued by the two airlines, the plan will facilitate the flights of more than 50,000 passengers with destinations in Central America, Colombia, Peru and Bolivia.

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Sky Airline and Taca Agree on Code Share Agreement

November 2011

The airlines announced the signing of the agreement which will contribute to increased flight options for passengers in the Southern Cone.

In the first quarter of next year, Sky Airlines will sign a similar agreement with the airline Avianca, indicated Fabio Villegas, CEO of Avianca, Taca, Stuart Ortiz, COO of Avianca-Taca and Jürgen Paulmann, CEO of Sky Airlines, in a press conference.

Taca, Copa and United Create Codeshare Agreements

January 2011

The airlines announced the intention of establishing bilateral cooperation agreements on shared codes.

As part of the preparation process for the entry into Star Alliance and with the aim of strengthening the portfolio of services for travelers, Copa Airlines, Colombia Copa Airlines, Continental Airlines and United Airlines, both wholly-owned subsidiaries of United Continental Holdings, Inc .

Aero Republica Operating Under Copa Colombia

October 2010

Copa Holdings announced that effective today, the Colombian airline Aero will operate under the name Copa Airlines Colombia.

The new name will integrate destinations, routes and services currently offered by Copa Airlines and Aero Republica. Among the benefits it will have access to the Hub of the Americas in Panama, which connects over 45 destinations worldwide through more than 160 daily flights to North America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

Avianca and Taca are now “AVIANCA-TACA Limited”

February 2010

Shareholders from both companies have merged their stock in a new corporation called “AVIANCA-TACA Limited”.

This is the first step towards building and strengthening one of the largest air route networks in Latin America.

Grupo TACA has contributed its flagship airline TACA Airlines, plus its participation in LACSA, TACA PERÚ, AVIATECA, SANSA, LA COSTEÑA, AEROPERLAS and ISLEÑA.

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